Capacity building programme concludes at JKSCERT Jammu
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: A two day Capacity building programme on School Based Assessment at Elementary Level concluded today at JKSCERT Jammu.
This programme was organized by Assessment Cell ,Academic Unit -III from Sept 25 to 26 under the mentorship of Prof (Dr.) Parikshat Singh Manhas and guidance of HR Pakhroo, Joint Director JKSCERT Jammu .
The programme was declared open by HR Pakhroo ,Joint Director ,SCERT J&K Jammu on the inaugural day. Surjeet Kumar, Professor and Head ,Academic Unit-III, gave welcome address on this occasion.
The programme was attended by 50 resource persons from all the districts of Jammu Division. The programme aimed at sensitizing the State Resource Group about the implementation of School Based Assessment Scheme at Elementary Level as envisaged in NEP 2020.
School Based Assessment is a student centric approach to assess and evaluate students’ learning progress and achievements within an educational institution. This new SBA scheme promotes flexibility in assessment, personalized learning and holistic evaluation.
Resource persons in the programme included Ranjeet Singh Manhas, Sr.AO,Rajesh Hali ,Sr.AO., Bindia Balwal, A.O , Rakesh Chobber, AO.,Arsh Kour,AO.,Monica Sharma ,A.O. JKSCERT Jammu oriented the participants about Student Assessment and Evaluation Scheme ,Holistic Report Card ,various assessment tools and techniques of formative and summative assessment and NCF of School Education.
The programme was coordinated by Rakesh Chobber ,Nodal Officer ,Assessment Cell SCERT J&K. He was assisted by Bindia Balwal ,AO. The programme was managed by organizing committee members namely Puneet Thukral, Dr.Balgar Singh , Rohit Sharma , Manisha Chun ,Academic Officers ,SCERT J&K Jammu.
On the last day of the programme , participants shared their valuable feedback. Valedictory function was graced by HR Pakhroo, Joint Director, SCERT J&K Jammu.
While addressing the participants ,he said that implementation of School Based Assessment is a key policy challenge in the design of evaluationand assessment frameworks.He urged them to secure effective links of this assessment scheme to classroom practice and student learning.